North Texas Students Start School Year With Zoom IssuesThe long-anticipated return to school arrived late for some online students after a widespread outage for the video meeting application Zoom.
'We Wanted To Make Sure It Was Easy': Dallas ISD Distributes Devices Without A Hitch On Day 1Staffers are working to get some 60,000 devices into the hands of students before the start of the new school year, now scheduled for Tuesday, September 8.
North Texas School Districts Working To Handle Tech Issues For Thousands Of Students While Remote LearningNorth Texas school districts are having to prepare for everything from network outages to malicious hacking incidents while remote learning.
Coronavirus In Texas: Plano Teen Helps Develop Technology Aimed At Speeding Up Detection, Treatment For COVID-19 PatientsThe software recently placed in a Facebook competition and Moksh Nirvaan is looking to offer it to hospitals and clinics.
Dallas Mavericks Gift Renovated Computer Lab To Arlington Life ShelterThe Arlington Life Shelter has received a technological boost for the thousands of homeless men, women and children they assist thanks to the Dallas Mavericks.
Texas Allocates $200M To Purchase Devices For At-Home Learning For StudentsTexas leaders announced Friday that $200 million will be allocated to the purchase of technology and Internet solutions so that students can learn remotely.
New Amazon Shopping Cart Uses Cameras And Sensors To Let Shoppers Skip The Checkout LaneA new shopping cart by Amazon uses cameras, sensors and a scale to automatically detect what shoppers drop in.
Microsoft To Permanently Close All Its Retail Stores, 2 Were In North TexasMicrosoft said Friday it is permanently closing nearly all of its physical stores around the world, including two in North Texas.
It Had Tested Facial Recognition Software With Police, Now IBM Says It's Getting Out Of The BusinessIBM says it is getting out of the facial recognition business over concern about how it can be used for mass surveillance and racial profiling.
Texas To Give Nursing Homes Millions For Technology To Connect Residents With FamiliesNursing homes in Texas are set to receive millions to purchase technology to connect residents with their families as visitations continue to be restricted.
I-Team: Texas Had $40M In Place Last Year To Replace Unemployment Computer System But Upgrade Didn't Happen Soon EnoughTexas had $40 million in federal funds in place last year to replace an outdated Texas Workforce Commission system but then the pandemic hit.